• More Who News

    There is more news on casting for next year’s season of Doctor Who. As these may be considered spoilers, if you want to know more read the full post. Freema Agyeman will not return to Who until halfway through the series. Meanwhile Catherine Tate has confirmed as the new sidekick for the entire 13 episodes, […]

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  • Rove back to Leno

    Rove is heading back for another appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. McManus will apppear on the NBC show later this month. It is the second appearance for the star who has recently signed a deal with a US Talent Agency. Rove will tie in the chat with his eps he is recording […]

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  • Wed July 4

    [Ovation/8:30pm] Masterclass: An Audience with Filmmakers. Bud Tingwell.[Nine/7:30pm] Wine Me, Dine Me. [Nine/8:30pm] State Of Origin [Seven/7:30pm] Last Chance Learners. Final. After 30 days, it’s the end of school for our Last Chance Learners. The remaining learners will have one last shot at passing their driving test and winning a car. With five learners and […]

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  • Are these the Emmy contenders?

    Internet website theenvelope.com claims to have leaked the top Emmy contenders for this year. According to the site, the drama finalists are Boston Legal, Grey’s Anatomy, Lost, Friday Night Lights, Heroes. House, 24, Dexter, Rome and The Sopranos. The comedy finalists are supposedly Desperate Housewives, Ugly Betty, My Name Is Earl, The Office, Scrubs, 30 […]

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  • Kylie confirms Dr Who special

    It’s official. Kylie will guest star in this year’s Dr Who xmas special. She will film the role in Cardiff this month. “We are delighted and excited to announce that Kylie Minogue will be joining the Doctor. Doctor Who Christmas specials are always a joy and we feel very confident that this will be the […]

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  • Tue July 3

    [SBS/7:30pm] Desperately Keeping Sheila. Premiere. Follows on from the successful Desperately Seeking Sheila series where lonely bush bachelors were introduced to women from Australia and the UK with mixed results. This program answers the big question: will love last or will life get in the way? The answer is yes…. and no. Although entertaining in […]

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  • Nine sews up Sony

    Nine has extended its output deal with Sony Pictures Television until 2012. Sony has Fort Pit, a cop show from a Law and Order veteran, and Guy Ritchie’s procedural drama Suspect. “We thank Sony for their confidence in Nine and look forward to continuing what has already proved to be an outstanding relationship,” Nine’s Jeff […]

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  • First shots fired in Underbelly

    More cast members have been announced in Nine’s new miniseries, Underbelly, which began filming in Melbourne today. Joining previously announced actors Vince Colosimo (Alphonse Gangitano), Gyton Grantley (Carl Williams), Kat Stewart (Roberta Williams) and Callan Mulvey (Mark Moran), are Simon Westaway (Mick Gatto), Martin Sacks (Mario Condello), Gerard Kennedy (Graham Kinninburgh), Kevin Harrington (Lewis Moran), […]

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  • Foxtel and Ten divide NBCU pickings

    Foxtel will pick up the new Farrelly Brothers sitcom The Rules for Starting Over and the post-Hurricane Katrina cop drama, K-Ville, in a joint deal with Channel Ten. Under the licensing deal, Foxtel has first air rights for the two programmes before they air on Ten later in 2008. Foxtel also picks up Gossip Girl […]

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  • Presenters to Try Before U Die

    Nine’s new travel show, Things to Try Before You Die will air in the week of July 15, most likely in the 7:30pm Monday timeslot. The show is presented by Livinia Nixon, Jules Lund and Gary Sweet. The title is unashamedly close to other formats known as Try Before You Die and 99 Things to […]

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  • 70s Show stays

    Seven has made an amendment to its programming which will allow That 70s Show to stay on air. It had previously announced next week’s episode as the finale. New episodes of the sitcom will continue.

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  • Sea Patrol premieres online

    Sea Patrol is now available for a free download before its TV premiere. The episode can be downloaded via Nine’s “catch-up” download service. After this week new eps will be available for around $2 each. After you’ve seen the ep, you can post your thoughts on the show here, along with any comments on the […]

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